16 Aug How to Recover Accidentally Formatted Data from Hard Disk?
Think of the scenario, when you accidentally formatted your hard disk and lost all files and folders in a click. You have no idea where you can get those important files that you are looking for. So, what next? Will you sit quietly doing nothing or would you search for an application, which could recover all the lost data without any loss?
Our Windows Data Recovery Software brings you a perfect solution for the problem. It retrieves all files from formatted hard drive and deliver the accurate result within a short span. It also repairs the damaged files if any and restores them in the same format like audio, video, image, document, and so on.
This tool is a suitable match for extracting badly damaged files as it uses the latest Guided File Excavation Techniques (GFETCH) to recover even the unrecognisable, encrypted, and password-locked files. It also applies advanced heuristic algorithms for speedy and correct process. And, the whole process of execution goes smoothly with its user-friendly interface.
Furthermore, the recovery application provides you a number of recovery modes to render a complete retrieval. Quick, Exhaustive, Raw, and Disk-imaging are a few modes, which help you to do so. Quick or Normal mode when applied delivers maximum number of files, while Exhaustive or advance mode is used for rest of the files, which could not be extracted by the normal mode of recovery. Now, Raw mode is helpful in finding a particular file with an individual extension. Whereas, Disk-imaging guides you to bring back files from bad sectors. Thus, you get back complete files for sure after successful completion of all the procedures.
In case of doubt, feel free to check animated demo, which navigates throughout the process of implementation in a precise way leaving no room for any suspicion. Also, you must download the free trial offer to get the close look of the software. Download and install the application, launch and select the mode of recovery, select drive and partition to get the preview of files before restoration. Thus, you also become aware about the compatibility and capability of the software, which helps to decide whether it’s of your use or not. If you find it helpful go for the complete volume of the software and easily save them at a preferred location of the PC.